I could see how it could prove handy for the right buyer. Someone who stresses out in the kitchen (raises hand) would like something that takes the guesswork out of the equation. Clearly if you're not single or a couple, it won't replace your conventional oven.So... another invention for those who can't be bothered to learn cooking properly
If this is real, it is a bit on the "too much technology" territory.
"Recognizing" your food?
The probe is nice and the front display seems cool, but all this automation....eh, no thanks.
What's the jar in the middle on the left? Not something I recognise. Also Iced Tea has no place in a "British" section.So, this is the British section of the 'international foods' aisle of a local mainstream supermarket. (Click for larger version.)
I've found that the quality of blenders vary wrt how powerful the motor is. It makes a tremendous difference even when youre just making a simple soup with cooked veggies. It's worth looking into, although they will be much more expensive than regular blenders.YouTube keeps suggesting oat smoothies, so I'd be rude not to?
I had to filter it twice, the oats are a bad fucking idea. I downed it and it was fine, but never listen to the internet.